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|Directed by||Sandy Collora|
|Produced by||Daren Hicks
|Written by||Sandy Collora|
|Distributed by||Collora Studios
|3 minutes 40 secs|
World's Finest is a fan film directed by Sandy Collora. It works as a trailer to a movie that does not exist: the long-awaited cinematic team-up of Superman and Batman. While Superman and Batman have appeared together often in comic books and in animation (notably Super Friends). This fan film was, at the time, the first time that the characters have been on the screen at the same time in live action until Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which was released twelve years later. The title refers to a former famous comic series, featuring Batman and Superman working together in every issue.
The trailer features common themes from the comics, such as Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent meeting each other and feuding over Lois Lane's affection. In addition, the trailer features the villains Lex Luthor and Two-Face.
The trailer used Los Angeles, California, to portray the city of Metropolis. As an homage to the 1952 TV series Adventures of Superman, the Los Angeles City Hall was filmed as the Daily Planet building.
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